27 October 1914 – 9 November 1953
Do Not Go Gentle Into That Good Night
And Death Shall Have No Dominion
Clown In The Moon
It's thatthe thought of the few, simple things we want and the knowledge that we're going to get them in spite of you know Who and His spites and tempersthat keeps us living I think.
Dylan Thomas (1914-1953), Welsh poet. Letter, late 1936, to Caitlin, later Thomas's wife. The Collected Letters of Dylan Thomas (1985).
In a fiercely mourning house in a crooked year.
Dylan Thomas (1914-1953), Welsh poet. After the Funeral (l. 30). . . The Collected Poems of Dylan Thomas, 1934-1952 (1953, rev. ed. 1956) New Directions.
Washington isn't a city, it's an abstraction.
Dylan Thomas (1914-1953), Welsh poet. Quoted in John Malcolm Brinnin, Dylan Thomas in America, ch. 1 (1956).
06 Oct 01:01
I am a young man and this poem makes me think differently of the future
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12 Sep 09:06
I really love Dylan Thomas's poems and am currently doing a project on him!
28 Aug 10:10
I have been looking and reading this poem for a number of years. I am now 74 and am aware of mortality. We are probably the only species that are aware of our own demise. At least for me it is a difficult realization to absorb. Dylan’s poem seem to me to express the frustration of that reality. We behave, love go through life as if its forever. So it ain’t.